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"eyewitness news" reporter walt hunter who is live on the main campus in spring garden, walt? >> reporter: jessica, we have major new developments here just within the past few minutes on the lock down on the report of the man with a gun here earlier today. seven members of the central detectives division has just arrived here moments ago, right now, according to philadelphia's police commissioner, they are reexamining, the the report of a man with a gun, here. the commissioner says as of right now there has been in report of a gun being found, no report of any video showing a gun and there are now questions being raised about the initial report, that led to this major incident this morning. only cbs-3, "eyewitness news" cameras were on campus, as the first swat teams arrived at community college of philadelphia. heavily armed officers, immediately sealed off the cam puts. searching for a man with a gun reported to have run into one
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of the school buildings. inside, students and teachers, sheltering behind closed doors, a as officials ordered a lock down. >> teacher stood by the door. if a gun came to me i would be like wow, wow, he but he stood at the door and we sat at our desk a and swat team took care of it. >> reporter: police said the the incident began help a man with the gun threatened a student outside of the school in a personal dispute, and then ran inside. that dispute, police em fattized not connected in anyway, to monday's cyber threats to local campuses. >> it doesn't appear that it had anything to do with the threat that we were talking about, yesterday, at all. these are individuals that had a beef with one another and one of them had a gun. >> reporter: after nearly two hours this 17 year-old man was taken into custody by police at a school adjoining the community college. he was then, brought to central detectives to be questioned. police say that the man was
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not armed, when he was arrested, offered no resist tense and as of right now, he does not face any criminal charges. >> we're going to go continue our search because we still got a firearm that is somewhere and we have to make sure it is not just laying around. >> reporter: as of right the now, no gun has been found, detectives again as we just showed you live arriving back here at the scene trying to piece together exactly what really did happen here this morning. and police commissioner ramsey just moments ago telling cbs-3 that there is no video to indicate any gun or perhaps any fight that occurred here. you'll here from the commissioner with the latest on the investigation and we will have very latest live from community college, at 6:00. for now live from community college of philadelphia, i'm walt hunter, for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". thanks, walt. day care right next door to the community college was placed on lock down while police searched for the alleged gunman. this is eyewitness cam video of the student being brought away inside day care at 16th
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and hamilton. they were outside on a playground when they were told to go back inside. as walt mentioned, students at the college sheltered in place and while no one was injured people were on edge. our live team coverage continues with "eyewitness news" reporter alexandria hoff. alex, you spoke with two brothers who used cell phones to stay in contact. >> reporter: jessica, that is right, social media is the way that most people who were out here students who were out here communicated with friend that they had inside of those lock down campus buildings. so anybody who was walking past me right the now thinks all anyone is talking about. it will be a day that they remember as an odd one but thankfully not a tragic one. shouting over the sound of the shock and sirens. students tried to ease the mind of those on the other end of frantic phone calls. >> i'm okay. >> reporter: this is a cpp
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student got out of campus buildings before the lock down. the his brother yousef did not. >> stay in place. >> reporter: thinks a snapshot that yousef sent to mohammad inside the student life building as swat team members searched for gunman. >> based honoraries event events, i just wanted to tell him to stay on the phone with me. >> reporter: it was a yot for the entire school system as the waiting game, began. >> i don't know what to think and neither do i. difficult my homework. i want to turn it in. this is kind of of very, very scary. >> reporter: fear dissipated once word of the us peck in custody spread and the lock down was lifted. thomas lopez was in the building where a man fitting the description of the suspect was removed by police. >> when i saw them apprehend the the the suspect. i said wow, cops got him. >> reporter: among crowd of students who emerged on to spring garden street is the brother yousef. >> you know, my brother, it could have been a big problem.
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>> we were both happy. >> you know, everyone got back in and thank god nobody got hurt. >> reporter: those brothers tell me they got calls from family members as far away as italy, asking if they were okay. classes will resume as normal starting tomorrow. reporting live from the spring garden street, alexandria hoff, cbs-3 "eyewitness news". alex, thank you. this is not the the first gun scare at the community college of philadelphia a back in may of last year a student pulled a gun in the ccp building. he was allegedly upset at another student for talking about him. the gun man in that case is serving four years probation for weapons charges. coming up tonight on "eyewitness news" at 6:00 we will look at safety measures on campus and how easy it the is to get in and out of the campus buildings. during and after the gun scare many people were sharing updates and fears on social media. here are a few we found on twitter. a twitter user named my thought my soul said this
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being on lock down was horrifying. twitter user danielle massleni said so scary we were aware of potential shooting at a philadelphia a college and suspect still, brought gun, thank god no shooting occur. another twitter user jason said this, it is sad that the best solution for gun control toys set up metal detectors in schools and public places hashtag change the culture. we were on the air from the time all this unfolded until the time police arrested this suspect. stay with cbs-3 "eyewitness news" for very latest on the campus gun scare. when we're not on tv we will have the latest on line at cbs philly.com. suspicious vehicle triggered a security scare at nazareth middle school in natural hampton county. administrators locked down the street after someone spotted the vehicle in the parking lot. chopper three over that scene this morning. police located the driver off campus just before the a.m. and the school resumed normal activities. no further information was released.
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philadelphia police are investigating a deadly shooting in hunting parkas a possible hate crime. police say that a transgendered woman was a attacked by a group of men, shot, and then left to die. "eyewitness news" reporter rahel solomon is live at the scene in hunting park with more, rahel. >> reporter: jim, good evening. police are being very careful not to call this a hate crime, not yet at least but they say they are investigating that possibility. meantime neighbors hearsay thinks an area known to have a sizable transgender community, some even telling me that they have been attack before. >> they didn't have a life yet. it is sad, really sad. >> reporter: neighbors found the news shocking, tuesday. philadelphia police now investigating the murder of who friends tell me thinks woman 22-year old keisha jenkins. >> it is really sad. it is sad to have your life taken away from you. >> reporter: police received reports of the shooting around 2:30 tuesday morning, sources within the department tell me that the victim may have been working as a prostitute.
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when police arrived they found jenkins shot twice in the back. >> decedent had just gotten out of the vehicle and was assaulted, by five or six unidentified males. >> reporter: police say it is too soon to call this a hate crime but they are actively investigating that possibility. >> we will talk to more people and get to the bottom of it and the the autopsy results will come back with different things and we will put it all together an from that we will see if that is classified as a hate crime or not. >> reporter: woman who did not want her face shown but close to many of the transgendered women in this hunting park area say they have been attacked before. >> this street out here, that is what they do out here. they target the transgendered, to rob them, you know, and this is what they do. >> reporter: i'm told detectives will be back out here in this area canvassing looking for surveillance as they tried to identified and then future arrest the the five to six people they believe are responsible. they are urging anyone who has information, to please come
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forward. reporting live rahel sol machine for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". >> rahel, thanks very much. lets look at weather. we have had a great fall day out there but changes are on the way. meteorologist kate bilo is live on the cbs-3 sky deck with the first look the a the forecast, kate. >> jessica, perfect october weather outside right now. we started off october in a little bit of the rough note with cool conditions, rain clouds and strong gusty wind but things have improved. today has been nicest day in quite sometime and next couple of days look similarly beautiful. lets take a quick look at storm scan three and we had can see what is going on outside not a whole lot. few clouds coming from the west. we can see those cloud coming in. tomorrow is another warm day a lot like today but it will not be quite as sun which that bright blue skies. we have a few clouds in the morning and more sunshine in the afternoon. temperatures right now nice and warm. we're at 75 degrees at the the airport. sixty-seven in atlantic city. cooler still down the shore, it is 74 in trenton and in reading. the good news is wind have died down's long the the
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coast. we can see that on shore flow, still an issue, not quite as bad today but that is keeping it cooler down the shore but wind dying down, more of a westerly flow setting up and that means threat for coastal flooding is diminishing and then first forecast looks fantastic. once the the sun goes down, we dropped quickly in the 60's and back to the 50's again tonight. we do have some rain coming up by end of the week and we will have more on that when i join you inside. back over to you. >> kate, we will see you in a bit. man is behind bars tonight accused of leading police on a wild pursuit through two delaware county communities. >> authorities say an officer spotted 18 year-old kyle usher driver's radically around 6:30 this morning and then took off and crashed a half mile away into four parked cars outside glenn olden apartment complex. >> saw the police surrounding the car, heard the one officer say get out of the car, get on your knees. >> usher was taken in custody at the scene.
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police tell us that the pedestrian standing nearby was injured in the incident. at last check that person was in surgery. a single car accident injuries two philadelphia police officers overnight. police say that their marked suv hit a tree in southwest philadelphia and came to rest in the middle of the bartram avenue. a male officer hurt his neck and back in that crash. a female officer broke a thigh bone. both were hospitalized but they are expected to recover. no word what caused the officer to lose control. coming up on cbs-3 "eyewitness news" a plane carrying a film crew crashes into a lake. wait until you hear how the crew made to it shore and survived. and it the is a favorite breakfast food for many, and now nearly 2 million boxes of cheerios and honey nut cheerios are recalled, what is inside of those box that he is can make some people sick. a scandal may be developing for fantasy football allegations of inside are trading resulting in a big win, could others be doing the same? i'll have the full story when
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"eyewitness news", at 5:00 continues.
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a pilot and three passengers survive when a plane plunges in the lake in east texas. three pass eveningers were part of the film crew and they survived that crash landing by
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holding on to a camera case and then swimming to shore. the plane was reportedly running low on gas when it went down, the pilot suffered non-life threatening injuries and the three passengers escaped unharmed. a factory worker in michigan is now 310 million-dollar richer. >> fifty year-old julie leach of three rivers, michigan won last weeks 310 million-dollar power ball jackpot. she claimed her big check today, leach was on her lunch break at a fiberglass company when she realized she had her winning ticket. she went back to work. new multi millionaire tells us what he did next. >> i quit oughtcally. i was done. >> i'm going to take care of my kid. i don't want them to work the the way i have had to work and deal with the kind of things i have had to deal with over life. >> good for you, julie. leach said she didn't sleep for 30 hours after hearing the life changing news. she took the lump sum option
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of $197 million in cash. the new york times reports on a developing fantasy football scandal. two major fantasy sports companies are involved. >> worker allegedly used insider knowledge to win hundreds of thousands of dollars. >> on game days and seemingly every day this fall, the ads are every where, now so is the money. >> one week fantasy football leagues are 75 million-dollar a week. >> reporter: their business model is under the microscope after allegations of what essentially amounts to insider trading. >> according to a report in the new york times, a draft kings employee, admitted he released early tait a on what specific players were most used in starting line ups, ahead of the nfl's third week. the getting that early information ahead of the curve, could serve as an advantage. the employee went on to win $350,000 later that week.
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betting on a rival fantasy football web site fan dual. in a joint statement the the industry leaders draft kings and fan dual, defended their practices. in part, saying employees with access to this data are rigorously monitored by internal fraud control teams. we have no evidence that anyone has misused it. the sites use a relatively new format, paying out massive cash prizes on a daily or weekly basis. instead of season long traditional fantasy leagues. the federal doer does not define it as gambling instead calling it a game of skill, not chance. >> this is very unregulated. seriously we have come a long way from the dorm room to now corporate sphere that is fantasy football. >> reporter: but for nearly 60 million people who take part of this game of skill, the the question now is whether they are also being suckered. now draft kings and fan dual, both ban employees from taking part in gaming on their own sites and have temporarily
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banned employees from taking part in any other rival sites, as well. >> probably not the last we will hear of this. >> i do in the think so. >> all right, jim. let's talk to kate bilo joining us from an incredible day outside, my goodness, it was a awesome out there. >> it is gorgeous. i might set up my lounge chair and enjoy some sunshine. perfect day, perfect fall weather, we want cool mornings, warm afternoon, cool nights and that is what we have got and more on the way which is a always good news. it is not just one off. we have nice weather for next several days but there is rain in the forecast we will tell but that in a moment. lets start with the good stuff and take you outside to a few spots on the live neighborhood network. you can seaboard walk plaza and rehoboth beach much better looking day then yesterday. notice it is still cool at 64 degrees and notice how high that water is all the way up to the dunes there in rehoboth beach. it is receding, maybe just a little bit from when we were looking at this camera an hour or so ago. now it the is possibly starting to go back but
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instead of the east northeast wind, it the will stay very high as mess of the beach now is gone in rehoboth at the moment. 64 degrees there right now. palmyra cove nature park, a beautiful shot and silhouette of the philadelphia sky line. beautiful sun on the water of the delaware river and beach patrol headquarters in margate shadows lengthening but looks like a beautiful day as well. not a warm beach day but nice day to take a walk on the beach and we have to bundle up a bit. storm scan three shows a few more clouds moving in, pushing from the north and west, there is a a storm well off to the north that will not bring us in adverse impact but just a few more cloud overnight tonight and into tomorrow morning. that will keep it mild overnight, temperatures tomorrow, once again, heading to the mid 70's and then, that old system to the north will drive a weak front through the area tomorrow evening and incoming back temperatures for thursday a bit. temperatures on the warm side above average timely we're at 75 at the airport. seventy-three in allentown. sixty-seven in atlantic city. see cooling there along the coast and as we zoom down to the shore only in the 60's stone harbor 66.
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barnegat light at 64. rehoboth beach is at 71 at the moment. not as bad, things have been slow to improve down the shore but today a much better day then we have seen through the the weekend. warm week ahead. temperatures in the 07's and partly sunny for tomorrow. more cloud in the morning and then in the afternoon, the front comes through but notice coming through generally dry and it fizzles through our area highs right around 70 degrees on thursday. friday starts off nice but grab an umbrella as you head out to work on friday because you may need it the by evening. mostly sunny, warm temperatures, highs in the 07's. joaquin still a category one hurricane and could make it as remnants at least all the way to europe as we head through end of the week. mainly clear and cool overnight at 57. your wednesday looks great, sun and crowd, more clouds in the morning more sun in the afternoon, eyewitness weather three day forecast, wednesday, thursday look g friday starts off okay but rain friday evening, and coming up in our next half an hour i will tell when that will impact the weekend. that is the big question and i
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will have answers coming up. >> critical information there. >> kate, thanks. >> still ahead, he is men for his antics on the campaign trail. >> now donald trump is taking his act on the road and targeting opponent marco rubio wait until you hear the gift trumble sent to rubio's campaign office. time to turn the page, for eagles why this game with the saints will be a bitter sweet moment for malcolm i'm chris bosh. when i was sidelined with blood clots in my lung, it was serious. fortunately, my doctor had a game plan. treatment with xarelto®. hey guys! hey, finally, somebody i can look up to... ...besides arnie. xarelto® is proven to treat and help reduce the risk of dvt and pe blood clots. xarelto® is also proven to reduce the risk of stroke in people with afib, not caused by a heart valve problem. for people with afib currently well managed on warfarin, there's limited information on how xarelto® and warfarin compare in reducing the risk of stroke. you know, i tried warfarin, but the blood testing and dietary restrictions... don't get me started on that. i didn't have to. we started on xarelto®.
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wells fargo center is serving up new food and beverages just in time for the start of the the flyers and sixers season. >> we have a sneak peak in south philadelphia today, some of the new items include chick-fil-a sandwiches, plus huge waffles from waffle cabin. is there a new power your own beer area section, section 107, and you will also find draft stations at pj wheelihans on the back wall. the flyers season opener is october 12th. the sixers october 30th. you had me at waffle.
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>> that is right. >> right now it is football season. >> it is football season and on sunday it will be a reunion of sorts for one eagles player in particular. mal conn jenkins in a five-year relationship with the saints. well, they put a ring on it. now eagles safety started his career in new orleans where he won a super bowl ring in 2010. now jenkins is in the second season with the bird, bird now you one and three. owe far he leads the team intact else with 31 but on sunday he will face saints at lincoln financial field, malcolm had mixed emotions about the match up. >> not first person to ever get, you know, to leave a team and i won't be the last. i want to compete against them and look forward to this opportunity but, you know, at the end of the day we play the saints on sunday and we're in desperate need of a win and right now we're trying to get that. >> eagles/saints 1:00 p.m. at the link. last night lions and seahawks calvin johnson got stripped at the goal line.
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it should have been detroit's ball at the 1 yard line. the official missed the call so seattle gets it and wins by three. nfl admitted that they blew the call. if you think you're cursed the lions have one playoff win since 1957 and they are looking absolutely crummy luck right there sports royalty kicking to it day u.s. women's world cup soccer players alex morgan, julie johnson and shanon bach taking part in the rocky run in center city. they join members of the forbes under 30 list in summit attendees. run ended at the art museum where temple band played the rocky theme song. i feel like that never gets oldest specially if you have never done it before. >> classic. >> i'm still focusing on the waffles. >> till back there on the waffles. >> that is right. >> thanks, don. coming up next in the next half an her shocking report shows some pennsylvania state rated take care centers aren't
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so safe for children, greg. we will tell what you to look for and what to avoid if you are looking for child care, that is coming up, in a live report. plus millions of people potentially affected by cheerios recall, is what inside nearly 2 million box that he is could make people sick. we will be rig
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welcome back. we will begin at 5:30 with new information on the campus gun scare, the community college of philadelphia a swat teams converged on the main campus in spring garden to search for a man that reportedly had a gun around 9:30 this morning. the college was lock down, student sheltered in place. police say that the incident began as an argument between a 17 year-old and a student at the school. police initially said that during the dispute the 17 year-old pulled a gun and ran in the building.
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we have learned from our own walt hunter that a gun may not have been involved. the 17 year-old was later taken into custody a short time ago. police commissioner charles ramsey told us a gun still has in the been found. >> there is a little bit of inconsistency in the the victim's statements. there is a witness that did not see a gun. the young man that we have in custody said he never had a gun. so we don't know. we have not found one and we found no evidence the so far to indicate that he did have one but we could be wrong. the investigation is continuing. witnesses still being interviewed. he is being interviewed. >> commissioner ramsey says it appears that this incident is not connected to yesterday's threat of violence against philadelphia area colleges. keep it right here on "eyewitness news" for continuing coverage of the campus gun scare. you can get the latest anytime on our web site at cbs philly.com. a federal audit was just released showing some state inspected day care centers are not up to standard. "eyewitness news" reporter greg argos compares those with
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centers that are doing it right. >> reporter: the children center in center city, when a child care center should look like, with clean facilities, excited kid, plenty of teachers and monitors and safe, clean outdoor space. this is what a federal audit found at three other pennsylvania child care centers that received federal cash, and passing grade from state day care inspectors. >> i think that you know, inspectors may have missed things. they may have been rush. we may not have gotten out there in time. the there is some level inspectors may be missing things because we were asking them to do too much. >> reporter: dallas pennsylvania secretary of the department of human services says his department is now in the process of hiring more inspectors. the federal audit found we have just one per 143 day care centers, about three times the recommended ratio of one to 50. >> one of the things we are doggies we're hiring 40 additional inspectors. >> reporter: the child care
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centers audited one in philadelphia, another in bethlehem and third in harrisburg all unidentified had major safety issues, including exposed wiring in a play ground, bleach and cleaning supplies accessible to children, even the sharp fence in a play area. >> what it drove home to me was importance of quality as you are picking child care if you are a parent. >> reporter: that quality is quantified in our state's keystone star program. >> the voluntary program. >> reporter: terry, the regional director for our area says it is important for parents to check out the a child care center's rating and like children's village make sure it is highly rated. >> is it clean? is it bright? those are things to look for? kind of feeling you've got that this is the right place for my child. >> reporter: key here of course is due diligence. parents should take a time to check center's keystone star rating before enrolling their child. you should of course physically go to the building, facility and check it out as well. alex, with the three centers in the federal audit, state
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officials have revoke license of one of them. live from the sat center, i'm greg argos for cbs-3 "eyewitness news". on the cbs-3 healthwatch, general mills is recalling 1.8 million boxes of cheerios, gluten free cereals might be contaminated with wheat which could make people sick. >> health reporter stephanie stahl is here now to explain this problem. >> reporter: gluten free is the the big thing now, everybody seems to want it and 20 million americans have trouble eating things that contain gluten. so they rely on products like gluten free cheerios. well, maker says contamination was an isolated incident of human error that happened at a plant in california. general millions is voluntarily recalling classic cheerios and honey nut cheerios which are sold as gluten free. 150,000 cases were contaminated with wheat which contains gluten. >> how serious of a problem do you think this is. >> it is significant. >> reporter: doctor robin rossstein a gastroenterologist with temple university hospital says millions of
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people can't digest gluten which is a protein found in wheat products. >> it not only can cause symptoms but it can cause severe medical problems. >> reporter: severe reactions with celiac disease where gluten can damage the small intestines. >> they may get iron deficiency, osteoporosis, and one of the more scary things is they actually are higher risk of having cancers like lymphoma. >> reporter: more common problem is people with the gluten sensitivity or intolerance. >> they may get bloated, they may have diarrhea, they may get discomfort, they can also have complications from not being a able to absorb nutrients. >> reporter: aside from the spick conditions the doctors say gluten free diets dose specifically help with wait ate loss. >> they may eliminate processed foods, a lot of the junk foods, and maybe eat a healthier tie it and in that way that can help them lose weight. >> reporter: with the cheerios recall a letter from yen mills says the company is
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embarrassed and sorry and instituting, a flower handling protocol, at all of their facilities to ensure contamination will not happen again. we have more information, including how to get a refund, cbs philly.com click on health. coming up tonight at 6:00 it ace test that can detect breast cancer and even the most dense breast tissue. now some women will be able to get this state of the art test for free, i'll explain that and why lots of doctors, and patients are happen bye this new policy. coming up about at 6:00 tonight. >> that can affect a lot of people. >> absolutely. >> thanks, steph. parts of the south caroline air still submerged in the wake have off the record flooding and a number of dams have broken making conditions even worse there. the storm is now blamed for 15 deaths and more evacuations could take place over the next 24 hours. here's cbs news reporter weijia chang. >> sunnies shining in columbia, south carolina but it could take weeks to dry out of after historic, damaging
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rainfall. >> next 36 to 48 hours will be volatile. we will tell you don't let the sunshine fool you. >> reporter: the swollen rivers have flooded the area around it and several other rivers still have not crested. susan woodring lost 40 feet of backyard because this bridge cracked under the weight of toppled trees. >> we're really hoping that no more roads away and our house stays here. >> it is tough. >> reporter: will warren and his wife own a animal clinic. he said the building was completely submerged and water is still too high to survey the damage inside. >> we put our heart and soul into it. after today is there numerous people that work there and other business that is do not have jobs. >> reporter: families across the city are doing whatever they can to clean up but right now tens of thousands of home are still without water. for residents who to have water the marries ordering them to boil it before drinking or cooking. the the university of out carolina canceled classes for
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the rest of the week. more than 800 people are staying in shelters and more evacuations could be ordered. the water starts to rise again. weijia chang for cbs news, columbia, south carolina. ntsb investigators are now looking in the sinking of el faro an american cargo ship that sank last week during hurricane joaquin. on monday the coastguard search and an area the size of california and they found a badly damaged life boat but no survivors. today that search is focused on two debris areas, the coastguard is now on day five of the search for the ship's 33 crew members. the commander of u.s. forces in afghanistan was on the hot seat in washington today. general john campbell, appeared before a senate commit thee to answer for u.s. air strikes on a hospital in afghanistan. the at least 22 people, including children were killed. dozens more were wounded. campbell said that the air strike was requested by afghan forces who report i being
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under taliban fire. >> the the decision to provide aerial fire was a u.s. decision, made within the u.s. chain of command. the hospital was mistakenly struck. we would never intentionally target a protected medical facility. >> the hospital was operated by the medical charity doctors without borders, a pentagon investigation is ongoing. the president of the france is condemning violent protest as begins proposed job cuts at air france. angry employees attack company executives, ripping the shirts off two of them as they ran a away from the crowd. that violence started after pilots and flight attendants many in uniform stormed a board meeting at the company's paris headquarters. security, no match for the hundreds of protesters. air france proposed job cuts after the company failed to reach a deal with unions last week. republican presidential front runner donald trump took sometime out of his campaign to poke fun at his g.o.p.
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rivals. he sent a prank care package to senator marco rubio's office in washington. cnn reports it contained a case of trump ice natural spring water, two towels, a bumper sticker and note that read quote since you are always sweating we thought you could enjoy some water. no word from the rubio campaign about the gift. >> we will see about that. still to come on "eyewitness news", not familiar with twitter? a new feature will help the least tech savvy person navigate twitter and get most trending stories and more than 140 characters. and okay, they're not the most loved animals out there but guess what there is a new species of rat and we will share it with you, kate? what a beautiful fall day to day and we have more of that nice weather on the way, but some changes by the weekend as a front invades, i'll break it down in weather when we come right
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breaking news right the now chopper three live over i-95 south in newark, delaware, that is where an accident is blocking the left lane. you can see a car and tour bus crashed. this is near the route 896 exit, at least one person in the car was injured, so as you can see traffic backed up for a very long time out there if you are heading that way or know someone who might be, expect some delays. twitter rolls out a new feature aim at making it easier to join conversations on trending topics. >> feature is called moments and lets users follow events in the form of the tweets, photos and videos. this includes everything from sports, entertainment to news. twitter executives call moment an alternative lens that they hope will see more welcoming,
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to casual users. hopefully. >> hopefully. >> now, lets check your philadelphia jobs market report. >> cbs news business analyst jill schlesinger has more. >> reporter: it is american pharmacists month and good time to explore the expanding and evolving field. once a profession filled with owner operated storefronts? today's pharmacist work in chain stores, hospitals, clinics or within companies. some dispense medications and answer patient questions, and while clinical pharmacists may go on round in a hospital with the physician or health care team. others work in pharmaceutical companies in marketing, sales, research and development. to become a pharmacist you need a doctor of pharmacy which is a four year professional degrees. you need to be licensed and complete continuing education throughout your career. if you are not ready to make that commitment right now you might consider starting as a pharmacy technician in, that role you would work under the the supervision of the pharmacist and you can learn
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more about what the position entails. in pennsylvania, you don't need to be licensed to be a pharmacy technician. for more forgo to pa pharmacist.com. i'm jill schlesinger for cbs-3 "eyewitn
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researchers working in indonesia discover a new rat species. >> yeah. >> take a look at the hog nosed rat. that never before seen creature has a large flat nose like a pig, big ears and long white front teeth. the most have orange teeth. difficult not know that. team of scientists made new discovery in 2013 but they are just pushing findings in this month journal of mammals. >> hog nosed rat. >> kind of cute. >> take one home as a pet. >> amazing there is so many animals in the world we are still discovering. >> it is. >> it is pretty incredible. >> well, it is a lovely day outside, and one where you want to be outside. >> i went out to walk. >> fresh air. >> perfect day to even people that aren't a fan of exercise, it makes you want to go exercise because it is not too hot, sweaty, not too cold but perfect weather. in the too hot, not too cold,
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just right. we have a beautiful afternoon. a few cloud over center city. blue skies has been wall to wall, all day long, you cannot complain about that. you can't beat it. it is perfect october weather, reason why fall is so many peoples favorite time of the year. we have cool mornings, cool nights, warm afternoons, bright blue sky, not a lot of humidity but been a top ten days across the area today. lets look at our eyewitness weather watchers ande what they have to say. they have been even eyeing this day. we have 77 with ed connor in chesterfield, new jersey. great day for outdoor activities. we will see if he sent us a photo, from the farm, horses honor or road what a beautiful shot of the horses. they are enjoying this beautiful weather as well. let's check down in delaware, with sandor, in newark, delaware with full sunshine. what a gorgeous, sunny fall day, crisp morning followed by warm sun, and wow, it is a wow kind of a day, kind of day to be outside all day long. where we're at 72 in media
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with jim, and let's check in at 71 with todd in brookhaven. he says sunny and gorgeous. that sums it up. lets take a peak what is going on, storm scan three we have a few cloud from the west. weak system well off to our north over eastern canada we will drag surface front through here tomorrow afternoon. we will not notice it except around thursday the the temperatures will drop just barely for as we head back to the lower 70's. we cannot complain about that. seventy-five in philadelphia. seventy-three in millville. sixty-four in mount pocono. feeling great. top ten day, practically perfect. lets check off ways that this day was great. sunny skies, warm temperatures but not too warm. low humidity and light wind after several days of breezy conditions that light wind feels really nice today and better conditions down the shore. future weather shows high pressure starting to move away. there is a system to the north, mostly limited to portions of eastern can inadequacies, new york state and bring a few more cloud
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here tomorrow. that front comes through dry, high pressure back in on thursday. it is a cooler but sunny day. here's our next weather maker. we will watch that front heading toward us by friday. as far as fall foliage is concerned we are still in the low range. the in the poconos this weekend they have got moderate color up there and heading to new england high color in full bloom. here's latest on hurricane joaquin latest information at 5:00, it is still a hurricane and this storm does not want to give it up. it will stay pretty much together and become tropical low but could maintain its shape and strength as it head toward portions of europe, great britain perhaps as we head through the weekend. as far as overnight is concerned in philadelphia, joaquin not a threat. mainly clear, cool, 57. your wednesday looks great. mix of sun and cloud. nice and warm high of 76. we have a dip in the mercury thursday a at 7o back to 76 friday. rain friday night. good news is even though it cools down noticeably over weekend it will clear out the with sunshine back by midday on saturday.
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jessica and jim back over to you. still ahead, philly's own will smith is making a come back. >> not on the big screen but he he is reviving thinks music career. the insider has inside information when we come right back.
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but visiting it never gets old. the readers of a national newspaper voted letchworth the #1 state park in america. watkins glen, #3. new york state parks are a gift. plan your vacation at iloveny.com. there's something for everyone. tonight on the late she former president bill clinton stops by. tune in tonight at 11:35 right here after you watch cb is. three "eyewitness news" at 11:00. will smith is back on the music scene planning and a new album and first ever world tour with, that is right, dj jazzy jeff. >> insider's debbie, joins us from los angeles, with more, hey there, debbie. >> jim and jessica, he is going back to his hip-hop roots and i could not be had happier about it to tell you the truth. could the recent box office numbers have something to do
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with it. the let's go inside to the return of the fresh prince. will smith shaking the rust off and knocking dust off and spitting hard for the the first time in a decade. adding a remix, fiesta. >> and yesterday, surprising news with he is going in the way back machine, a new album and a world tour, with dj jazzy jeff. jeff and i actually never have done a full tour, are you excited. >> i'm terrified. >> he never abandoned me,. >> our expert yahoo music senior editor, billy junior says will smith music come back could be a hail marwere for a faultering film career. >> will smith used to own summer. >> reporter: recent films like after earth, co starring son jayden and focus didn't draw
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big willy style audiences. >> after earth was really the first time that i had a thoroughly and completely accepted failure. >> reporter: will smith can do no wrong. in my opinion. from movies to music, i mean, summertime, parents just don't understand, can you tell i'm a fan. little stalkerrish. jim and jessica, back to you. >> thanks, debbie. see insider every week night at 7:30 right here on cbs-3. that is "eyewitness news" at 5:00. now at 6:00 scare that shut town a philadelphia college, you saw it unfold here on "eyewitness news" and tonight police still searching for abses, in the community college gun scare. many students in the college are questioning the school's security tonight, we will will at policies in place to keep students there safe. >> reporter: beautiful evening as sun dips down toward the the horizon, a gorgeous fall day in philadelphia, how many
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more do we have to look forward to i'll have the seven day forecast coming up at 6:00. plus high tech screenings at the no costs, our stephanie stahl explains how some women in our area will now be getting the state of the art test for free. a campus gun scare at community college of philadelphia, and swat teams, watch in an all out response in search of an armed person inside of the campus. >> we were all just looking around like my god what is going on, it is not cool to bring a gun to school. threatening other peoples lives. >> reporter: from behind classroom door student videos show officers searching room to room and finally, another student, cell phone, recording a teen suspect apprehended by police. right now that 17 year-old is not facing charges as police continue to investigate. good evening, i'm yes, sir contact dean. aim jim donovan. ukee washington is off.
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we have team three coverage but let's start with our walt hunter with the latest on the investigation, walt. >> reporter: jim, just within the last hour more than a dozen detectives, from all over the city of have returned to campus. they are still looking for the gun, allegedly, held by a man this morning, prompting a man with the gun call, that led to this entire incident. within the hour we have spoken to police commissioner charles ramsey who filled us in on some of the questions about this entire instant tenth that are still, unanswered at this hour. cbs-3 "eyewitness news" cameras captured exclusive video as first swat teams raced on to campus at community college of philadelphia. as officers headed inside searching for a man with a gun, reported to have run into the the school, students and teachers, sheltered in place a as a lock down was ordered. >>ju

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